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From: kathleen porter <>
Subject: re: [VERMONT-L] MIGRATION
Date: 08 May 99 21:35:48 -0500
Best farmland around is on the banks of the Conneticut.......
> ** Original Subject: [VERMONT-L] MIGRATION
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> ** Original Date: Sat, 8 May 1999 17:40:03 EDT
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> I have a question for all you native Vermonters....... What would make a
> family live next to the Connecticut River all their life? My relatives lived
> up and down the banks of the Connecticut River during the early 1800's until
> the late 1800's. They lived on the banks in N.H. and Vermont. My relatives
> were farmers and I wondered what the interest they would have living so close
> to the Ct. River.
> It seems like a dumb question, but when I traced my relatives on the N.H./
> map, I hightlighted the places they lived and it traces the Connecticut River
> north and south. Ok folks, help me out.
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